Digi text derived from a unique set of blocks using an old retro arcade design as a reference. As Digi text was constructed on grid paper with a pencil and then in
Fontstruct; Digi text seemed to have widened and was in need of more blocks as it would be easier to read and construct.
A font made to be very economical.
This design uses as few unique shapes as possible. In addition to extensive rotations and flips (see AR, EMW, FL, GJUV, IHKT, NSZ25), glyphs are made so that they can be cut down to make other glyphs in as few cuts as possible (see BEI, used to make ACDFLMNOPRSWYZ1235689). Some other glyphs (see QX.,) then make use of the cut parts.
This means that, were these letters to be physically made, the maker would only need a few forms to start with and could cut the rest in only a few steps.
The name was chosen because of both a running joke between friends and because it was the coolest-looking phrase I tried when I auditioned the font.
Pretro is a blocky and solid font with a modern touch to it, inspired by the late retro gaming era such games like Tron. The design consist of an inner open spaced font for diffrent variations: choices of color combinations. The font could be most seen for a title in a video game.
Simple large sized pixel font inspired by oldschool 8-bit gaming.
This is a clone
All capitals font; A-Z with full punctuation. Includes some extended characters and punctuation.